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Analogue Wristwatches with Backlight

For a traditional aesthetic and dependable design, choose an analogue watch with a backlight. Thanks to their stylish and functional displays, you can match them with any outfit. These analogue watches have different kinds of dial features, so you can choose between Roman numerals, thick lines, and standard numbers. They also have a backlight, illuminating the display so that you can see the time in low light conditions.

Available Strap Materials for Analogue Watches with Backlights:
  • Stainless Steel
  • Faux Leather
  • Silicone
  • Genuine Leather
  • Ceramic

Stainless steel band wristwatches have a modern style, which gives them a beautiful, sleek feel. Stainless steel bands are resistant to corrosion, giving them added durability. The bands have enhanced flexibility for additional comfort. Silicone band wristwatches have a casual style, which is great for any activity.

Popular Face Shapes for Analogue Wristwatches with Backlights:
  • Round
  • Asymmetrical
  • Rectangular
  • Tonneau
  • Oval

Round wristwatches are timeless accessories, so you can instantly upgrade your wardrobe. With a traditional shape, they have a classic appearance. Asymmetrical watches have a refined appearance, which adds to your outfit. The asymmetrical shapes have fresh and creative designs with uneven sides, which will diversify your watch collection.

Water Resistance Ratings for Analogue Watches with Backlights:
  • 30m (3 ATM)
  • 50m (5 ATM)
  • 200m (20 ATM)
  • 100m (10 ATM)
  • Divers 300m (ISO 6425)

Designed to withstand slight contact with water, 30m (3 ATM) wristwatches will not be damaged by damp or humid conditions. They are generally built with snap-on case backs. With the ability to be partially submerged, 50m (5 ATM) wristwatches won't be damaged by contact with water. These watches can be worn during light swimming activities.

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